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Cell & Developmental Biology Research

Rooted in physiology and biochemistry, cell and development biology features an interdisciplinary approach to understand intracellular and extracellular dynamics. Depending on the focus area, research includes cell signaling, cell adhesion and migration, cell death and survival, epigenetic regulation, cell growth and division, and membrane trafficking.


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